Publications -- Alice Chan.pdf - Publications Refereed journal articles 1 Chan A.Y.W(1998 Formal criteria for interpreting Chinese serial verb

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Publications Refereed journal articles 1. Chan, A.Y.W. (1998). Formal criteria for interpreting Chinese serial verb constructions. Communications of COLIPS , 8.1: 13-29. 2. Chan, A.Y.W. (1999). Notes on the classifications of Chinese serial verb constructions. Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers’ Association , 34.1: 1-20. 3. Li, D.C. S. and Chan, A.Y.W. (1999). Helping teachers correct structural and lexical English errors. Hong Kong Journal of Applied Linguistics , 4.1: 79-102. 4. Chan, A.Y.W. (2000). A study of English non-parallel structures – typology, causes and rectification. EA Journal , 18.2: 21-30. 5. Chan, A.Y.W. (2000). Chinese serial verb constructions with experiential aspect marker – syntactic representations and semantic interpretations. Communications of COLIPS , 10.1: 69-97. 6. #Chan, A.Y.W. and Li, D.C.S. (2000). English and Cantonese phonology in contrast: explaining Cantonese ESL learners’ English pronunciation problems. Language, Culture and Curriculum , 13.1: 67-85. 7. Chan, A.Y.W. (2001). Iconicity in Chinese serial verb constructions. Journal of the Chinese Language Teachers’ Association , 36.2: 77-96. 8. #Chan, A.Y.W. and Taylor, A. (2001). Evaluating learner dictionaries: what the reviews say. International Journal of Lexicography , 14.3: 163-180. Reprinted in Hartmann, R. R. K. (ed.) (2003 ). Lexicography: Critical Concepts in Linguistics . New York: Routledge, Vol. 1, 254- 273. 9. Li, D.C.S. and Chan, A.Y.W. (2001). Form-focused negative feedback: correcting three common errors. TESL Reporter , 34.1: 22-34. 10. *#Chan, A.Y.W. (2002). Syntactic structures of Chinese serial verb constructions. Journal of Chinese Linguistics , 30.1: 16-38. 11. Chan, A.Y.W., Kwan, B.S.C. and Li, D.C.S. (2002). An algorithmic approach to error correction: correcting three common errors at different levels. JALT Journal , 24.2: 201-216. 12. Chan, A.Y.W., Kwan, B.S.C. and Li, D.C.S. (2002). Helping students overcome the somewhere has something Problem. Guidelines , 4.1: 14-18. 13. #Chan, A.Y.W. and Li, D.C.S. (2002). Form-focused remedial instruction: an empirical study. International Journal of Applied Linguistics , 12.1: 24-53. 14. Chan, A.Y.W. (2003). Alerting students to the correct use of until using an algorithmic approach. The ORTESOL Journal , 22: 69-78. 15. Chan, A.Y.W., Kwan, B.S.C. and Li, D.C.S. (2003). Tackling the ‘independent clause as subject’ problem. Asian Journal of English Language Teaching , 13: 107-117. 16. Chan, A.Y.W., Li, D.C.S. and Kwan, B.S.C. (2003). Misplacement and misuse of very : helping students overcome the very + VERB problem. The English Teacher: An International Journal , 6.2: 125- 132. 17. Kwan, B.S.C., Chan, A.Y.W. and Li, D.C.S. (2003). ‘According to X, X said …’ a consciousness- raising approach to helping Cantonese speakers overcome problems in topic-comment structures. Asia Pacific Journal of Language in Education , 5.2: 87-94. 18. #Chan, A.Y.W. (2004). Noun phrases in Chinese and English: a study of English structural problems encountered by Chinese ESL students in Hong Kong. Language, Culture and Curriculum , 17.1: 33-47.
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